8 Steps to Help Your Adult Kids Move Out

12th June 2018

How to Get Your Grown Child to Finally Move Out. Nowadays, more young adults from 18 to 34 years old live with their parents than with a wife or a husband, 25 percent of those from 25 to 34 who live together with their parents neither work nor study. Not all parents are happy about the fact that their kids keep living with them even after they are supposed to become independent. In case you’re wondering how to encourage children to move out of your house and help them to become independent and successful, this video is just for you.
Estimate the existing situation as objectively as you can. 2:05

Make a list of all the reasons that make you want your child to move out. Perhaps your adult child is disrespectful of your private life or your belongings. Or maybe you have to wash their clothes and cook meals for them. If you are an adult child still living with parents, try to find an objective reason why you can’t move out and have a separate life. Do you feel that you aren’t ready for an independent life? In fact, most young people can easily support themselves and live separately from their parents.

Don’t pry into your children’s affairs but, at the same time, be objective. 4:41
Under no circumstances intrude into the personal space of your child or touch their personal belongings. However, if your kid states that they are saving money to buy a house, car, or get education and that’s why they need to live with you, you have all the rights to ask for a report. If saving money is the real reason why your kid stays at home and uses your car for free, you can ask to see bank statements that confirm their words.

Offer your kids to pay rent. 5:40
If there’s a possibility, you can take rent from your children. Use some money to pay bills, and as for the rest of the sum, open a special bank account. When your child moves out, you present them the money you have saved. This sum will help young adults to cover some expenses connected with moving out.

Music:
Quincas Moreira – Firefly
Huma-Huma – It’s All Happening
Letter Box – Up Above
Everet Almond – Catch a Way
Otis McDonald – Stuff
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TIMESTAMPS
Real life examples 0:20
Estimate the existing situation as objectively as you can. 2:05
Discuss an idea of living separately with your child. 3:41
Don’t pry into your children’s affairs but, at the same time, be objective. 4:41
Offer your kids to pay rent. 5:40
Let your help with moving out be a graduation gift. 6:23
Move out yourself. 6:59
Before making any decision, make sure that your kid is healthy. 7:38
Make sure that there are job offers in the area where you live. 8:08

SUMMARY
-Mark Rotondo and his wife Christina had to apply to the court to make their son Michael start living separately.
-Make a list of all the reasons that make you want your child to move out. Don’t let yourself feel guilty.
-A heart-to-heart conversation will help you understand why your kid is still living with you, and your child will consider your arguments for living separately.
-If your kid states that they are saving money to buy a house, car, or get education and that’s why they need to live with you, you have all the rights to ask for a report.
-If there’s a possibility, you can take rent from your children. Use some money to pay bills, and as for the rest of the sum, open a special bank account.
-As soon as your child finishes school, help them to find and move to a new place.
-Young people aren’t likely to follow you if you move to the countryside as there isn’t much excitement there.
-Before you decide to ask your adult child to move out, make sure that they don’t suffer from any mental problems, for example, depression.
-If you realize that there are no job offers in your region or the only work that is available is too low-paid, don’t persist on evicting your child.

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